“Well, let me think about it,” I answered, when I was asked to write this article about St. Luke and the Holy Spirit. Years ago, I dedicated a large section of one of my books to Luke’s presentation of the Spirit in his Gospel and in the Acts of the Apostles.
But that writing was rather scholarly. This request was for something that would engage readers who are not necessarily biblical...
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